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Dante Lam

Dante Lam
Chinese name 林超賢 (traditional)
Chinese name 林超贤 (simplified)
Pinyin Lín Chāoxián (Mandarin)
Born May 11, 1965
Hong Kong

Dante Lam Chiu-Yin (simplified Chinese: 林超贤; traditional Chinese: 林超賢; pinyin: Lín Chāoxián) is a major figure and film director of the Hong Kong action cinema. He was trained in the tradition of John Woo as an assistant director and worked as an actor and producer. He often writes and supervises his own choreography. In 2008 he won the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Director for his work on Beast Stalker.[1]

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